Goodnight, Veryl

Veryl Goodnight - A New Beginning

$2,500.00
Product
VGANewBeginning

Additional Information

  • Medium: Bronze
  • Edition: 45
  • Size: 14'' x 5'' x 5''
The Territory of Wyoming recognized women's right to vote as early as 1869. Wyoming actually refused to enter the Union until 1890 when President Benjamin Harrison signed a bill approving Wyoming as the nation's first "Equality State." In 1893, Colorado became the first state in the Union to give women the right to vote in a popular election. "A New Beginning" represents the empowerment women felt in the 1890s. The #1 casting of the monumental version of this sculpture was purchased by Cheyenne, Wyoming to celebrate Wyoming's entrance into the Union in 1890 as the first woman's suffrage state.
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Veryl Goodnight - A New Beginning
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